Lifetime Giving Societies
Stevens’ Lifetime Giving Societies honor the university’s most generous alumni and friends, those whose vision and support enable Stevens to prepare leaders who are ready to tackle the challenges of a rapidly changing world. Founded in 2014, six Lifetime Giving Societies recognize all donors and their spouses whose total giving to Stevens exceeds $100,000 during their lifetime. The name of each society celebrates individuals who are intimately connected with the history of Stevens. Through their remarkable commitments, members of our Lifetime Giving Societies create a strong foundation on which Stevens flourishes.
Lifetime Giving Societies
Recognizing those who have given $5,000,000 and above
Named for a member of the Class of 1880 who used the technical expertise he honed at Stevens to bring electricity to Europe. Lieb’s rare collection of books is now a featured exhibit within the Samuel C. Williams Library.
Recognizing those who have given between $2,500,000 and $4,999,999
Named for an entrepreneur and industrialist who so valued the business courses she audited at Stevens that she established the Lore-El Center for Women’s Leadership, in addition to providing support for scholarships and a faculty chair.
Recognizing those who have given between $1,000,000 and $2,499,999
Named for a loyal Class of 1949 alumnus and his visionary philanthropy, who enriched the Stevens campus through his support for the DeBaun Performing Arts Center, DeBaun Athletic Complex and DeBaun Aquatic Center.
Recognizing those who have given between $500,000 and $999,999
Named for the woman who acted on her husband Edwin’s will and led the effort to found Stevens, and whose own philanthropy established the Hoboken library and numerous other public benefits.
Recognizing those who have given between $250,000 and $499,999
Named for the first president of Stevens, who set the tone for a culture of philanthropy by personally donating money for facilities and faculty salaries, and who funded the university’s first endowed chair.
Recognizing those who have given between $100,000 and $249,999
Named for the famous steel pioneer and philanthropist who expressed great admiration for the skills of Stevens graduates, and who served as a Stevens trustee and gifted the Carnegie Building still in use on campus.
Through attendance at invitation-only events both on and off campus, members of the Lifetime Giving Societies interact directly with the university president, academic deans and other campus leaders. They also receive recognition for their support of institutional priorities in university publications.
Make a Transformational Impact
Through transformational giving, philanthropists can realize their vision for the future of Stevens and make a lasting impact.
Director of Donor Relations and Stewardship
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